The team, home to Maximilian Guenther and Edoardo Mortara, recently picked up some silverware in Berlin as Guenther helped put the iconic Maserati name back on a podium in single-seaters for the first time since 1957.
His teammate, Mortara, hopes to replicate the success seen on the other side of the garage as he reflects on the German doubl- header and looks ahead to a significant weekend for the team.
"My Berlin race weekend wasn't ideal," Mortara shared. "I struggled with confidence in the car, especially in the one-lap performance, and also a little during the race. I had some balance issues, and that impeded me from feeling confident. I ended up overconsuming slightly during the first race but still managed to score some points.
"I had contact midway through the second race. Until then, my race was better managed than my first one, so I expected to finish higher. This year is tough, and we need to keep pushing, working, and trying to improve our situation, and hopefully, the better weekends will come."
Asked whether he has been able to find solutions to his woes in Berlin, he replied: "Motorsport is always a work in progress. It's never black or white."
"The problems you have in the previous race, we take them and bring solutions. It's always very difficult to choose the right ones. We have to continue experiencing, trying to experiment with new things."
With 362 overtakes over the two races in Berlin, it was one of Formula E's craziest weekends. However, with GEN3 providing fans with fantastic racing since its introduction at the start of Season 9, Mortara thinks the overtakes will keep coming.
"Based on the last races in Sao Paulo and Berlin, we will get a lot of overtaking. Even though the track is not as wide as Berlin, we will still get a lot of overtakes. The strategy will remain the same, as some of the early leaders will try to give up the lead and not give the slipstream to the others. That will create chaos!"
Maserati last raced as a works team in Formula 1 in 1957, where Juan Manuel Fangio won the Grand Prix and secured pole position and the fastest lap.
"Monaco is a very special racing track with a lot of history. When you combine that with Maserati, such an iconic brand that has had great results in the past here, it's tough not to feel the pressure."